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That’s a Lot of ‘Willing Workers’


The latest from Gallup:

From year to year, even when global ratings of U.S. leadership were lower, people worldwide who said they would like to leave their country permanently if they had the opportunity most frequently named the U.S. as their desired destination. Gallup calculates that based on surveys between 2007 and early 2010, roughly 166 million people would like to move to the U.S. permanently — more than would like to move to any other nation.

But I’m sure it would all work out fine.


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